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India comprehensively win against Bangladesh in Blind World Cup


India posted a comprehensive win against Bangladesh in their fourth match in the 5th edition of Blind World Cup.  Skipper Ajay Reddy (B2 – blind level 2) made a blazing 101 off 60 balls to guide India to a 10-wicket victory.

Electing to bat, Bangladesh scored 226 for eight in the stipulated 40 overs. Reddy, with the ball, picked up four wickets in 8 overs. 

n reply, India chased down the target in just 18.4 overs to continue their winning run. Reddy  hit 14 fours in his 101. He was ably supported by Sunil Ramesh (B3) who slammed 105 off 57 balls with the help of 17 boundaries. 

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